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Category Archives: Eye Care Tips


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From Protective Eyewear to Eye Drops – 6 Tips for Healthy, Comfortable Eyes at Work

Painful, irritated eyes make life on the job miserable, but you don’t have to suffer anymore. Whether you work construction, drive a forklift or stare at a computer screen all day – taking simple, proactive steps to prevent eye injuries and discomfort can be life changing.. Key-Whitman Eye Center’s Plano eye doctor Sadaf Razi regularly […]




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Millennial Moms Face More Eye Health Risks Than Dads – How to Level the Playing Field

In general, women experience more vision problems than men, but millennial moms (those born between 1981 and 1997) also face bigger eye health risks than their male counterparts. We asked Key-Whitman Eye Center’s Arlington ophthalmologist Amy Hong, M.D. to explain why women are at risk and what steps millennial moms can take to protect their […]




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Devouring Kale and Eye Health Supplements? That May Be Too Much of a Good Thing

Eye doctors regularly prescribe AREDS-2 (age-related eye disease study) eye health supplements to slow the progression of macular degeneration. However, a recent case report published in JAMA Ophthalmology revealed what happened to one woman who took supplementation too far. Yes, you can overdose on nutritional supplements.According to Key-Whitman Eye Center’s Arlington eye doctor Ronald Barke, […]



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Key-Whitman’s Amanda Hoelscher, O.D. Featured on NBC 5

Smartphones May Cause Temporary Blindness Nowadays, most people use their phone for a wide range of things, including shopping, communicating, getting the news, checking emails, and more. In fact, according to PCWorld, about 68 percent of adults in the United States owns a smartphone. While these devices can be convenient, they can also have a […]


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COVID-19 Your Health and Safety Remains our Top Priority. Read More.

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